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●Bookey: Empower Your Mind Anywhere, Anytime. Download and check out more features with the Bookey App. ●Bookey app download link: https://share.bookey.app/iCJo9F8sJ5 ●Why Use Bookey? “So many books, so little time!” Well, no wordy books here, only 30 mins audible book summaries. Unlock the big ideas from world bestseller that cover Self Help, Biography, Leadership Development, Art, Business, Stories and more ebooks. Each title is complemented with a mind map that highlights the essence of t ...
 
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People tend to believe that design only concerns professional designers. However, from writing an essay, making a resume, making a slideshow, printing personal business card, design skills are essential in our work and daily life. Learning basic design and typography is mastering an ability that is relevant in our lives today. This book is put toge…
 
Many people harbor the urge to turn their personal stories into a novel. With this in mind, some start writing. But before they can finish even a couple of lines, they realize that they can't come up with good plot ideas, and have difficulty sorting out a storyline. At this point, they become frustrated, thinking that writing is so hard that only g…
 
This book teaches us that emotional blackmail is when someone coercively makes demands that go against someone else’s will. Moreover, emotional blackmail is often carried out by the people closest to you, such as family members and partners, because they are the ones who are most aware of your weaknesses, and can more easily exert control over you.…
 
This book is the autobiography of Carl Jung. Many will refer to him, alongside Sigmund Freud and Alfred Adler, as one of the three towering figures, who developed the theoretical basis of psychoanalysis. Jungian theory is the most abstruse out of all approaches to psychoanalysis. His works integrate theology, religion, literature, philosophy, and e…
 
Why is that some brands become popular over one night? Who started the trend? This book, The Tipping Point, explores different products, thoughts, and information that spread like wildfire. It reveals how a few graffiti artists in a subway can spark a wave of crimes, how a small gold box changed a product's sales, and how a few youngsters made Hush…
 
For a long time, humans have always described chimpanzees as a barbaric species that is fueled by violence. However, this book will prove to you that this assumption is an uninformed misconception about the species. For many years, Zoologist, Frans de Waal has been observing and recording chimpanzees. During his research, he discovered that, chimpa…
 
On a cold morning in 1961,armed with a copy of the folk legend Woody Guthrie’s autobiography, Bound for Glory, Bob Dylan headed to New York to pursue his musical dream. Soon he began his journey to stardom. His music,often regarding social issues, quickly turned him into an icon and a spokesperson of his era. However, Dylan suddenly cast off the sh…
 
Why can’t some people apologize? How do you apologize effectively? How do you respond to an apology? The answers to all of these questions can be found within this bookey.โดย Bookey APP
 
This is a posthumous work of the famous Austrian writer Stefan Zweig. After the rise of fascism, he was forced into exile and lived away from his home nation until his death. He wrote this book during that time. Zweig produced a profound account of the significant historical events of his generation in Europe, events that challenged peace and human…
 
The book will be our guide to understanding innovation. The author introduces the theory of disruptive innovation, which refers to the phenomena of new market entrants producing products that are simpler, cheaper, and more convenient than traditional ones, and selling these products to new or less-demanding customer bases. According to the authors,…
 
This book deals with the most important relationship a woman could ever have: the one with herself. In order to create the true freedom that comes from knowing the power of inner state confidence, one should look within herself and her self -love to find true happiness and freedom.โดย Bookey APP
 
Certainly, having options serves us well, but having more options to choose from isn't always better. Schwartz believes that we as decision makers gain the most freedom by learning to make the right choices when it comes to things that really matter, and not spending too much time on the choices that don't.…
 
An astonishing new science called neuroplasticity is overthrowing the centuries-old notion that the human brain is immutable. Psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Norman Doidge, M.D., traveled the country to meet both the brilliant scientists championing neuroplasticity and the people whose lives they’ve transformed - people whose mental limitations or …
 
We need a practical parenting guide to help us calm down and raise able and happy kids. This book is one such recipe for successful parenting. Laura Markham is a psychologist with extensive experience in parenting who has published hundreds of parenting articles and provided parenting guidance to countless families. Unlike the vast majority of pare…
 
The Story of Art takes a grandperspective.From North America’s totems to Egypt’s mummification rituals;from the rise of classical Greece to the darkness of the Middle Ages;from the true to life sculptures of the Renaissance to the sometimes incomprehensible metaphors of modern art;this book spans thousandsofyearsofarthistory.…
 
In real life, even two people who love each other may end up in divorce. Unfortunately, some divorced couples might become trapped in the shadows of their failed marriage. This book teaches what we can do after a divorce to start a better life.โดย Bookey APP
 
We will soon be able to meet and exceed the basic needs of every man, woman and child on the planet. Abundance for all is within our grasp. This bold, contrarian view, backed up by exhaustive research, introduces our near-term future, where exponentially growing technologies and three other powerful forces are conspiring to better the lives of bill…
 
When asked to name a world power, many people’s first thought is the United States; and when it comes to American finance, the first name that comes to mind is Wall Street. This didn’t happen overnight. There is a deep and complicated history between the rise of the USA and its largest financial market.…
 
Throughout history, finance has been a significant force behind civilization's development. It has been the trigger for the creation of writing, math, and the concept of a contract. This book answers how the machine of finance functions, and how it advances the course of society.โดย Bookey APP
 
This book will teach you how to take control in essential conversations in your daily life. Chris Voss is a former FBI negotiator, who often negotiated with kidnappers to free hostages. Once, kidnappers asked the family of a hostage to pay a ransom of $150,000. The family told Voss that they could pay between $50,000 to $85,000. However, Voss succe…
 
For 7 years, starting from Beijing, Hessler headed to the inland northwest area and the southeast coastal region respectively.In his journey, he experienced the rapid construction of Chinese roadways, enjoyed the local customs, and had a taste of the massive changes that was brought to different regions thanks to the economic development effects of…
 
The book is based on Gerstner’s own experience at IBM. In this business autobiography, he looks back for the first time at the glorious days of transformation at IBM. In this book, from his first appointment to his taking the helm of IBM, the businessman tells of both internal changes and external strategies.…
 
Have you ever looked up at the night sky? Have you wondered what might be going on in the cosmos? Being too busy to contemplating these questions? This book provides a concise but meaningful way to understand the universe.โดย Bookey APP
 
Are people selfish by nature? Does the progress of human society depend on competition or reciprocity? Perhaps some will answer that people are selfish by nature, and human social progress depends on competition. According to economists, our function in the world is to consume and produce. And according to biologists, the top priority for humans is…
 
In 1972, the author Jared Diamond was walking along the beach in New Guinea when a local friend Yali asked him, “Why is it that you white people developed so much cargo and brought it to New Guinea, but we black people had little cargo of our own?” Why is it that people of Eurasian origin (including those who have settled in North America) control …
 
When it comes to happiness, everyone has a different sense and understanding. Happiness for some may derive from success, fame, or a long-loving marriage. To other people, happiness grows from their curiosity and exploration of the world. Health, wealth, fame, honor, status... What are you pursuing in life? Do you prefer the hustle and bustle of th…
 
As parents, we've all been frustrated by the bafflement caused by the actions or attitude of our children. When a child misbehaves, parents often threaten, yell or beat and abuse their children; these methods are evidently not enjoyed by parents and certainly hated by the children. In this book, Jane Nelsen, mother of seven, introduced the methods …
 
Everyone yearns for success. And most of us believe in the three traditional elements of success: hard work, talent, and luck. But sometimes, we find that even with all these three elements in place, it's still challenging to reach our goals. For example, you might pitch products until you are blue in the face but only see a modest increase in your…
 
As ordinary museum-goers with no knowledge about art, how can we appreciate the art collections there? And how can we get the best experience from each visit? The author of this book, Johan Idema, has spent many years visiting museums all over the world. He came up with 32 guidelines, from which we can pick the ones that work best for us, try them …
 
This book is different from the other more rigid and complicated books on the economics of the past. It teaches us to think about economic phenomena in our daily life through exploration. This book points out that everyday events are intricate games of negotiations, contests of stamina, and battles of wit. The Undercover Economist is a hard-to-find…
 
Are siblings natural adversaries? How can we help children build a supportive and loving relationship so that they can live in harmony? The book teaches us that it is especially important for parents to properly teach by example when mediating between children. The book will help you understand the source of children's "meanness" and their true nee…
 
The story of modern artist's rebellions and innovations is a history of artistic revolution. 'What Are You Looking At?' reviews more than 150-years of creative development from the Impressionism of the 1860s to the art of today. The book covers representative works by nearly a hundred artists and explaining the ins and outs of more than 30 modern a…
 
As market competition rises and manufacturers of products or providers of services seek patronage from existing and new customers, the advertising industry has become highly sought-after. The need to produce a piece of advertisement that attracts patronage has given notice to the varied levels of competence among professionals in the advertising in…
 
Do you feel that money is always “not enough”? Do you keep accumulating money and always want more? Are you feeling exhausted being pushed by society's requirements and competition? This book will help you consciously adjust your relationship with money, in order to become a spiritually rich person, live a prosperous and joyful life, and embark on …
 
Andre Agassi was an American professional tennis player who won 60 tournaments over the course of his career, including 8 Grand Slam titles. His career was capped by his epic victory at the French Open in 1999. That made him the first male Career Golden Slam winner in tennis history. Agassi retired after the 2006 US Open , ending an illustrious 21-…
 
Essentialism is a systematic approach, streamlining work and simplifying our lives. It’s about figuring out essential activities rather than advocating doing less for the sake of it. The method eliminates insignificant matters, identifying the truly important and meaningful tasks that we can execute efficiently. Through this process, our work, and …
 
Statistically, the higher up the corporate ladder you are, the fewer the women you’ll find. Is this because women are any less competent or perhaps because they are unwilling to take leadership positions? Of course not. Women are more than capable and eager to take a more prominent role in both economic and social settings. However, women face an u…
 
Over the past 250 years, there has been an explosion of human wealth. More than 97% of all wealth ever in existence was created during this period. Why did this happen? What forces have driven it? The Origin of Wealth answers these questions. The book traces the history of economics, examines today's economy through the lens of complexity economics…
 
The book states that if you repeatedly fail to change your life it’s because you have an odd life structure, not because you have a lack of willpower. An invisible force pulls you around and creates stress. But you can use creativity to build a new structure that enables you to build a path of least resistance to realize your dreams, replacing the …
 
Dr. Sears combines his almost forty years of clinical practice as a paediatrician, his experience raising eight children with his wife, Martha, and development psychology’s “attachment theory” to put together “attachment parenting”. The book introduces the knowledge necessary to raise 0-2 year-old infants, and explains “attachment parenting,” that …
 
Professor Clayton M. Christensen of Harvard Business School once gave a speech for the school’s graduates, titled: How Will You Measure Your Life? He applied business theory to life planning and focused on three topics: finding success in your career, finding happiness in your relationships, and staying out of jail. This book is based on that famou…
 
As parents, what do children bring to us? Often we see ourselves as forming our progeny as artists sculpting a statue from marble. We impart our desires and vision onto a blank canvas and produce what we desire. Ferrucci asks us to reconsider this singular mindset, to realize that we should learn to regard children as teachers, not automatons to be…
 
In today’s world, the problems brought about by the wealth gap, the dilemma of globalization, and the slowdown of economic growth can be seen everywhere. Inequality between countries, as well as inequality within these countries, increases by the day. The “black swan” events that have cropped up repeatedly throughout 2020 may very well become the n…
 
Since its establishment, the Federal Reserve has taken on two important missions: to maintain macroeconomic stability and financial stability. The institution was born out of historic financial crises. For more than 100 years, the Fed has used various policy tools to perform its duties while taking advantage of its unique position to fight the fina…
 
It may surprise you to know that dinosaur fossils contain information about cancer, house cats can develop psychosomatic symptoms, wallabies will sneak into poppy fields in the middle of the night to “get high,” and parrots sometimes pluck their own feathers until they bleed… Animals and humans share the same illnesses, and many of our behaviors an…
 
Effective discipline is realized when parents use a no-drama approach instead of punishments and threats with their children. This book provides a simple, practical method for helping our children to build their brains and develop emotional intelligence. Besides helping us to raise healthy, happy children, the book also helps strengthen the parent-…
 
Daniel Goleman popularized the concept of "emotional intelligence," which overturned the traditional view of intelligence, which believes that people are born with a fixed amount of intelligence whose level does not change over a lifetime. The book illustrates, social intelligence, which is a person’s capacity to understand human behavior and deal …
 
The Family Crucible: The Intense Experience of Family Therapy is a classic work in the field of family psychotherapy. It tells the story of how family therapists guided the Brice family out of their collective crisis. Using the Brice family crisis as a case study, the authors introduce the practice of family therapy and touch on many issues familie…
 
Every parent wants to give their kids a head start in life, so they create a busy schedule for them every day and enroll them in all kinds of enrichment courses and activities. However, research shows that children in more developed regions are more likely to suffer from the side effects of modern society. They often exhibit attention deficits, beh…
 
Every infant is "smart," full of curiosity, and loves learning. But after going to school, children often lose interest in learning and long to escape from school. Why? Perhaps this shows that the teaching methods used by our schools cause our children lose their extraordinary ability to learn. John Holt is the father of contemporary educational re…
 
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